About St. Croix Lutheran Academy

St. Croix Lutheran Academy is a Christian high school and middle school of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS) serving young men and women in grades 6-12. Founded in 1958, SCL has served more than three generations of students in a caring, supportive Christian community. The school is located on 30 acres of land in a West St. Paul residential area, but SCL’s diverse student body consists of 500 students from the Twin Cities metro area, across the United States, and 17 countries.

Courses are offered in religion, English, mathematics, business, fine arts, world languages, social studies, the sciences, and physical education. Basic, accelerated and advanced placement courses are available to prepare students for their post-secondary endeavors. Ninety-five percent of SCL students continue their education following graduation. SCL is committed to training students to know their Savior Jesus and to use their talents to lead lives of exemplary Christian service.

Jeffrey Dubose, Class of 2010, Full Academic/Athletic Scholarship, Gustavus Adolphus College
" The spiritual focus at St. Croix has given me a stronghold in my life. I am able to go to God in times of success and failure. "
- Jeffrey '10